Notice in conservatorship in California is of great importance. The Probate Court requires that the person who files to get a conservatorship, must give notice of the hearing in writing, via a special form which can be found on the Los Angeles Superior Court’s website at the following link. Notice of Hearing Conservatorship.
Why is giving Notice of Hearing in a Conservatorship important? It is because there are levels of priority of persons who can get conservatorship. Also, it allows relatives or family members to object to the conservatorship and the appointment of the conservator, based on facts known to them.
If you are stuck in a conservatorship case in Los Angeles, call us. We can give the right kind of notice in the Conservatorship case to get you through the court’s procedural requirements.
Contact or call Mina Sirkin, Conservatorship Lawyer in Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley (Woodland Hills) at 818.304.4479. Licensed since 1992. We practice Conservatorship, Trust, Probate and Estates. Our office offers a free conservatorship consultation to enable you to ask us questions about the conservatorship process and timeline.